Winter Running Tips

February 17, 2018

By Laura Cummings Winter is by far my favourite time of year for running: a bracing wind and spot of rain or …

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New Contributor: Steph Scott

“Hi! I’m Steph Scott – sometimes known as Little Legs – and I am an ultra-runner who enjoys being out and about …

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Virtual Races: a growing trend?

December 6, 2017

About a year ago, I discovered virtual running races. I found a website which offered races, in which you sign up and …

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Half Marathon as a starter race?

October 30, 2017

By Laura Cummings Is 13.1 miles a good race distance for a new runner? I would argue yes. Picking your first competitive …

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Training for long distance runs

October 9, 2017

By Laura Cummings When you have a long distance race ahead of you, it is important to consider a training schedule. Online, …

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Dealing with an Injury

August 31, 2017

By Laura Cummings What could be more infuriating for a runner than an injury…? After completing a half marathon in June, I …

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Catching the Running Bug

July 25, 2017

By Laura Cummings Growing up, I was never a sporty person – I never had much interest in team sports and was …

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The Supporter’s Role on a Round – A Job, not a Jolly

June 15, 2017

By Nicky Spinks Supporters on a 24-hour round are crucial to the success of that round. That means as a supporter, if …

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The Trials, Tribulations and Satisfaction of Organising a Race (or Two!)

April 24, 2017

By Nicky Spinks I organise two races; the Trigger, a 22-mile linear fell race from Marsden to Edale held on 15th January, …

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Get fit for your trail running holiday

How to get fit for a multi-stage ultramarathon or trail-running holiday. By Damian Hall A trail running holiday is a wonderful thing, …

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